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Meet Heather Norton, owner of The Village Spa, a Petite Wellness Studio in Brandon, Vermont.

heather-village-spaFor as long as I have known Heather (actually a little over 8 years) she has always had another plan, an ongoing vision, we’ll call it! While Heather was a Social Worker with a special focus on young children and families she was a successful Mary Kay rep and all while she pursued her National Certification for Massage Therapy. A bend in the road for Heather came along with hurricane Irene. Residing in Brandon was a complete upheaval having no access to Route 7, the main road traveling north and south through the state. Many in town experienced water damage and some regrouped and reached deep within and said this is a message I need to react upon.  For Heather, at first, it was not being able to get to work and then it was the realization that there was no work to get to.  “This was life changing for me” Heather shared. (more)

Red_Clover_Inn-4569Looking InnSide – The Red Clover InnVermont Destination Weddings – in All Seasons!The Red Clover Inn offers all the ingredients for your Vermont wedding: a country farmhouse just off the beaten path; fresh and stylish accommodations and reception rooms with scenic views; and some of the very best food and dining in Vermont.  Dedicated innkeepers and restaurant staff will help you plan and customize every aspect of your wedding weekend – from rooms for the family or bridal party, to a customized menu, to local DJ or band recommendations.                                                                                                                     (more)

Stepanie&Aaron-124Stephanie and Aaron December 22, 2013 Aaron and I both work for the same company, who was hosting a Chamber of Commerce After Hours Event at the Cumberland 12 Theater in Plattsburgh on January 19th, 2012. We had decided to stay after the close of the event to watch a movie-a “date night” if you will. ” The event was to begin at 5:30, and Aaron was there with plenty of time to spare. I, however, working in South Burlington in the dead of winter was running late. The roads were bad, work was hectic, and I wanted nothing to more to just go home and relax. My frustration level grew higher the more I drove, realizing how late I was in fact going to be for an event that we were hosting. The last thing I wanted to do was put on a fake smile for the night and work some more! About half way to my destination, I pulled over, and send a text message to my then boyfriend telling him I wasn’t going to make it to the theater that night. I would be over 45 minutes late and we could see a movie some other time.